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(written from a Production point of view)
The Star Trek Giant Poster Book was a poster magazine published by Paradise Press in the 1970s. Each issue - or "Voyage" as they were termed - comprised eight pages, featuring articles on various subjects related to Star Trek, as well as images from Star Trek: The Original Series. The issues folded out to a 34"x22.5" poster. A special release of the magazine was published to tie-in with the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Allan Asherman, Doug Drexler and Geoffrey Mandel were also involved with the publication, Drexler and Barlow being approached to edit the publication as a result of the notability of the Star Trek store the pair ran in New York City.
|Issue #||Cover date||Cover||Contents|
|1||Stardate 7609.01 (September 1976)||Articles: Spock, USS Enterprise, "The Cage".
Poster: The USS Enterprise trapped in the Tholian web.
|2||Stardate 7610.01 (October 1976)||Articles: "The City on the Edge of Forever", special effects, the Kirk-Spock-McCoy relationship.
Poster: Kirk, Spock and McCoy (from "Spectre of the Gun").
|3||Stardate 7611.01 (November 1976)||Articles: Bloopers, "The Trouble with Tribbles", Fizzbin, I'm a doctor, not a....
Poster: Spock at his science station.
|4||Stardate 7612.01 (December 1976)||Articles: Aliens in Star Trek, Klingons, Romulans, "Journey to Babel".|
|5||Stardate 7701.01 (January 1977)||Articles: Leonard Nimoy interview, Vulcans, Vulcan.
Poster: Spock playing the Vulcan lute.
|6||Stardate 7702.01 (February 1977)||Articles: "Amok Time", art of Star Trek, phasers, tricorders.|
|7||Stardate 7703.01 (March 1977)||Articles: "For the Love of Jim", "The Enemy Within", James T. Kirk.
Poster: Kirk in dress uniform.
|8||Stardate 7704.01 (April 1977)||Articles: DeForest Kelley interview, Leonard McCoy, medical technology.|
|9||Stardate 7705.01 (May 1977)||Articles: "Assignment: Earth", the music of Star Trek, Vulcan logic.|
|10||Stardate 7706.01 (June 1977)||Articles: Report on the Enterprise shooting model and other miniatures at the Smithsonian, "This Side of Paradise".
Poster: Kang and his crew (from "Day of the Dove").
|11||Stardate 7707.01 (July 1977)||Articles: Leonard Nimoy interview, the miniatures, "The Enterprise Incident".
|12||Stardate 7708.01 (August 1977)||Articles: Christine Chapel, Uhura and Janice Rand profiled, the heroines of Star Trek, "The Paradise Syndrome".
Poster: Janice Rand.
|13||Stardate 7709.01 (September 1977)||Articles: Starship Engineering, James Doohan interview, Montgomery Scott.
|14||Stardate 7710.01 (October 1977)||Articles: Rules for three-dimensional chess, Federation history, "Where No Man Has Gone Before".
Poster: Kirk & Spock on the bridge.
|15||Stardate 7801.10 (January 1978)||Articles: Non-humanoid species, "The Conscience of the King", Hikaru Sulu.
Poster: Kirk & Sulu (from "The Squire of Gothos").
|16||Stardate 7802.21 (February 1978)||Articles: Starfleet imperialism?, "Mirror, Mirror", episode filming.|
|17||Stardate 7804.04 (April 1978)||Articles: "With Trek to Eternity", "Space Seed", costumes.
Poster: Enterprise and SS Botany Bay.
|The Motion Picture Special||None||Poster: Promotional image of cast and Enterprise (as seen on cover).|